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THE HAYTI HERALD.
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VOL. T.
II A YTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1909.
NO. 15.
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CANT ABANDON ROADS
Attorney General .Major husrendeied
an opinion in which lie holds that rail
road companies cannot abanilon any
lnit of thu line owned by them xxith
oul forfeltlnjrthe charter ofthenentiie
line, and arcalso subject topiosocutions
for violations of the Hlato laws.
'J'Iuh iiicstion came up over the
FriBuo ruiboad abandoning its line be
tween Wurdell and Tullipoomi, two
stations on tbu road running noith
from l'ascola. Tbeioad involved is
11 miles long.
Tbe attorney Kenerul said in bis
opinion:
Tho great wuigbt of modern autboii-
ty, and paitieulurly in Missouri, is to
tl'0 ell'eet that a railroad company in
accepting a franchise must construct
same in toto, anil such authoiity does
not authorize the coustiuctiou of a
purl only. After its construction, the
duty then is placed on the mil mud com
pany to commence operating same,
and if the operation of the entire lines
authorized by thefianchise pioves un
lemuneiative, or the company beeomus
insolvent, it can lawfullv abandon the
entiic line covered by its franchise.
it ti t if the operation of one part
proves umcmunei'utive and the opei
ation of the residue is profitub e, so tbe
whole, when taken together, is remuner
ative, the (iimpany cannot abandon the
unprofitable part and operatethe profit
able residue For the company to do
this would he to absume a new fran
chise not granted them and ouster or
mandamus proceedings would lie.
We, therefore, conclude that this
portion being a pait of the lines now
operated and covered by one franchise
the company cannot lawfully abandon
same. ICeimett Democrat.
MAY BE MURDER
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Willie .Tones, who was hit on the1 I'itx council met In regular session
head with a shot gun in tho hands of Tuesdux night, an L. L. Leller quuli
Chus. Stephens a week ago last Sun- fled to III! the vacancy caused b, the
da,. was brought into town Saturday resignation of Henrj Knnsburgh.
morning in a critical condition, and
nione.x was made u) to send him to a
hospital at Memphis.
On arriving at Memphis the report
was sent back that thoboy'schanecs of
recovery were extremely doubtful, and
another warrant was taken out for
Stephens and he was rearrested Mon
day and landed in jail at (.'aruthers
ville. to await developments.
The following bills were allowed:
Hen Tinsley, 312.00 for certified tax
lists: Win. York, printing;, "J.VJ5: Kivd
Morgan, coal, $-J.."0; S. K. Juden, ofll
rial duties. 4X87.
Report ofjcolleetop showed that 2SH.
40 was collected during Junuur.x.
Adjourned to meet Friday night.
Note: Much more could haveeen
added to above, but the copy came to
It will be lcmcmhcied that Stephens us after the forms had been mude up,
was tried before a justice court last and had to bo condensed. Kd.l
week and lined W.
Stephens is about 5V.x ears old. while
Jones is onl about 15. The box is
living with his father, iio is on a
visit herefiom Tennessee, and it seems
a shad, reputation lias followed them, i
xvhich is creating some sxmputhx for
Stephens. It i i also reported that the i
boy's father fotved him to go out i n
the cold and work since being hurt.
The Herald verx cordially inxites
and urges the people lix in inthecoun
tix to call at the olllee when in town.
Come to see us, whether xou have
anj business or not, and tell us the
news in xour neigldtorhood, condition
of the crops, deaths, births, sjhools,
chuivhes. etc. This isstrictlx al'emis
eot countx paper and wants the local
news.
(.'. W. Krick. the lumhciman, saw
mill, planing mi!) and hinirle null man,
is kept pietty busy these days, and
seems to be well pationized. Mr.
Flick is an old citizen heie, and xxe
hope our people will see to it that be
is qiven a substantial pationage, for a
business like this will do the town
much good.
Tbe machinery on the diedge boat
is now in working order, and has been
tested for digging, but as xet there is
not enough water for the boat to start.
There is xet some woodwork to be
done on the boat, but it appears now
that everx thing will be in icadiness
long befoio theie is sullieient water.
TaKon up 1 bay horse, Hi hands
high, about 11 ears old, star in fore
head, xvlute spot on nnse, sear left
shoulder, left hindfoot white; also 1
brown horse, 10J hands high, about
12 years old,:5 xvhite feet, large star in
lor'ehead, collar murks. W. P. Hedge.
' Hayti. 15-3t
Wedding Presents
The Teaster-Johnson wedding pres
ents were as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Utley, 1 pp. linen toxv-
els.
Mr. ICertem, 1 cake plate.
Mrs. Nettie Pophain, 1 spoon tray,
Mrs. .lettie Sturm, 1 cake plate.
Mrs. t'amile Durham, 1 berrx disl
and handkerchief holder.
Mrs. .las. Mxer.s, 1 linen table cloth. t
Miss Anna Dunklin, 1 cream pitcher. '
Miss Dblcia IJr-jant, 1 linen tablecloth.
Miss Mxrtle Foloj, 1 berrx set.
Mrs. Anna llearc, 1 set silver knives
and locks. I
Mrs. Krinu Rissett, 1 pr. linen towels.
Miss KlTieTea&ter, 1 set glass goblet.s,
pie plates, meat platter, jellx dish,
box dr.x goods.
Klsie Hrown. '"the Uiownie Girl,"
xersatileentertainer in cleveroH'ermgs,
will be at the eitx hall on tbe exening
of Feb 12. This will be a rare treat
forexerx lovec of the refined and the
good, and no one should be absent.
The ptoeeeds are to go to the public
school library, to buj books.
Dr. .1. G. (.'rider and familx have
returned irom their visitat Cariollton,
Oa. The doctor informs us that he
has sulllciently retrained bis health to
once more enter the active practice of
medicine.
I PLOWTiME IS HERE AGAIN I
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I AVERILL I
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I PLOWS I
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1 I L. C. AVERILL I
55 I I wB
BLANK
BOOKS
Ledgers, double
and single entry(
100 to 500
pages.
Day Books, Journals, Counter Books, Book
keeping Blanks, Receipts, Notes, Drafts,
Memorandas, Time Books, Tally Books. .
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The CHICAGO Letter File 25c each.
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RAZOR STRAPS.
We have an as
sortment that will
please the most careful and exacting person,
25c, 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00.
GUITARS
These guitars have a "mathematically" cor
rect finger board. They are graceful in model
and have a far carrying musical tone. $5 to
10 instruments, each in wood box.
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MANDOLINS
Our Mandolins are selected with great
care and are guaranteed to be the best in
struments for the price to be found in the
county.
5831fC
SCISSORS
Keen-Kutter and A. J. Jordan brands. A
full line. Guaranteed.
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CHINAWARE
$8
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BANJOS
8 bracket, nickle plate stretcher, $3.00 each.
1 6 bracket, nickle plated stretcher, $4 each.
POCKET KNIVES
In fancy pearl, stag and wood handles.
Keen-Kutter and Jordan goods. Guaranteed.
RAZORS
that are guar
anteed to give
perfect satisfaction an $2, 2,25 and 2.50.
They are Keen-Kutters. Keen-Kutter safe
ty razors in leather case $3.50.
CLOCKS
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We have some odds and ends of chinaware that we have placed
on the bargain counter and have named a price that will make you buy.
Come in and take a look at this department; you will find something
that will interest you.
1 day alarm, $ 1 .00 each.
fR.iail I day lumionous, alarm, $1.
V4( Repeating alarm, extra heavy
and durable, $2.00 each.
Ingcrsoll Watches, $1.00 each.
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VIOLINS
Our violins are selected with care as to
their fine tone and musical qualities. We
furnish bow and rosin with each violin.
LidrLiEilT O UflUVI 3 1 vRE

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